Mocha Uson Says ‘ it’s Now the End of Soft Porn Saga in TV ‘

The end of the ‘soft porn’ saga on television is near.

Mocha Uson, the newly appointed member of the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), said that this is now the end of the soft porn on television.

Uson is known for her instructional sex videos, her sex column in a defunct men’s magazine and her sexy shows with her group Mocha Girls.

The singer-dancer-model is now fighting a different battle as a pro-Duterte blogger. She swears she has had a change of heart.

Uson wants to focus on banning ‘soft porn’ from prime-time TV to protect young viewers.

She did not want to accept remuneration for the job because she accepted the MTRCB post just to help the Duterte administration, not to mention the fact that there were few takers for the job.

Uson justified her decision and bared her plans for the agency on her Facebook page a day after news of her controversial appointment came out.

She also addressed critics who said the MTRCB would become lewd because she was open-minded.

The videos or pictures uploaded by the haters are old ones and she plans to remove performances that are too sexy from local TV shows, she said.

She said she expected her job to be difficult because she was only one among many board members. But she will try to convince the board that it is not right to allow these shows during hours when many children are watching TV, she added.

Uson manages a popular Facebook page that defends President Duterte and hits those perceived to be against him, also said she had no intention of going into politics.

She accepted the MTRCB position because of the current situation in the television and movies.

She also said she accepted the MTRCB post on the condition that she would receive no salary.

If her condition would not be accepted, she said she would donate the money to Duterte’s Kitchen or to the projects of the Department of Social Welfare and Development.

Netizens greeted the announcement of Uson’s appointment to a government post with shock and anger.

Some people were questioning her qualification to serve in the agency tasked with weeding out film and TV content that are immoral, indecent, contrary to law or good customs.